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for the 4% to pull along the 96%. but the consumer is doing okay. >> charlie: do you think taxes impact the way business makes a decision about inconvenien inin, about hiring, about expanding factories, that kind of thing. >> sure they do. charlie: significant or is it simply depending on demand? >> i would say first of all if you compare taxes to your ability to sell the product, it's no contest. it's not even close. you may remember... >> charlie: the product. ... is the thing that runs the show. exactly. if your tax goes up a little bit but your ability to sell the product at the same time doubles or triples, you're really going to notice the taxes. you' goiull tottle if you can't sell it, it doesn't much matter if the government is giving you tax breaks. >> charlie: some people have since the crash in 2008, you know, have said, well, businesses uncertain about the future. >> you hear this constantly. charlie: i'll mention regulations. they'll mention the economic picture. or they'll mention the fact that they develop certain efficiencies. >> sure. they're trying. but what i always a
property and income taxes, addressing infrastructure, and addressing the city's long-term liabilities. the mayor says she will get more specific about what cuts will be made during her state of the city address next week. if you'd like to take a closer look at our report, you can go to our website, >> president obama is hoping to get more democrats to support his second term plans. a push that came through annapolis today. he addressed senate democrats at a closed-door retreat. he delivered a preview of next week's state of the union speech in hopes of getting more lawmakers to back his efforts to reform medicare and immigration as well as his budget plans and assault weapons ban. today we learned florida senator marco rubio will deliver the republican response to the president's address. he has been touted as the potential presidential candidate in 2016. lawmakersican mullica have revealed their plans. the plan calls for a reduction in the federal work force through attrition and a pay freeze for members of congress. sponsors of the bill say it would delay sequestration f
in the senate, feel that it's way more important to further reduce the trivial inheritance tax on the wealthiest one tenth of 1 percent than it is to address the millions of unemployed who have needs that are not being met. and of course you could pair this-- (applause) >> in different ways. we really have to take stock of the fact we're not doing justice by our education system, by our infrastructure, by our research and development, by the policies that are needed to lift up the people of this country. and no government doesn't have to do everything. of course. we understand that. but you know, the idea of declaring the wealthiest few in the country, the job creators, well, the job creators are the people who either do or do not have money to go to the stores and purchase things and to for their families. and when they can't the economy sinks. >> rose: i want to talk about all of those, whether the digital revolution, but with washington we just had an election. >> yeah. >> rose: president obama re-elected. we see now some movement towards immigration reform. >> yeah. >> rose: because election
of a payroll tax holiday. 20 retailers tracked by thomson reuters reported an average sales gain of 5% in january. that's nearly twice as strong as last year. erika miller looks at whether the sales momentum can continue. >> reporter: if there's one thing helping retailers these days, it's cold weather. low temperatures in much of the nation has boosted sales of coats and warm clothing. so no surprise that department stores selling those items were big winners in january.
. the company expects to get hit with a higher tax rate. and the underlying earnings. food stock for little risk, historically, not too shabby. meanwhile, mccormick is an innovative company, 25 new products launched last month. a ton of free cash flow. stock isn't cheap, selling for 19.7 times 2013 earnings. it's never been cheap, ever that i can recall. after its latest pullback, it's probably as cheap as you're going to get it. and that's what makes it a buy. here's the bottom line, all right? mccormick is a terrific company that dominates the spice business with a stock that has a fabulous track record of moving slowly but steadily higher. and when mccormick sells off after earnings like it did two weeks ago, that's a fabulous buying opportunity for the spice-a-mid. the stock tends to spring back like clockwork. and you don't want to wait for the earnings news. it's best to get these spices not when they are posh -- but when they are scary to reference two of my favorite spice girls, not that i have any unfavorites. which is a lot easier than working in parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. let
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